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28 days ago

Sr Technical Program Manager

Expedia London, England

The Enterprise Data Warehouse Engineering team is looking for an experienced, highly motivated, self-directed Senior Technical Project Manager. The… Expedia


15 days ago

Senior Product Manager

Expedia London, England

The online travel market never stands still. At Expedia Affiliate Network, we're smack in the middle of it. We're an entrepreneurial start-up inside… Expedia


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    Multi-cultural, multi-disciplinary, diverse and exciting - but not much support for encouraging a good work/life balance

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee  in  London, England (UK)
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in London, England (UK)

    I have been working at Expedia full-time for more than 3 years

    Pros

    Expedia is the most fascinating and diverse place I've worked, my daily work brings me into contact with employees all over the world from whom I have learned (and am still learning every day) so much about the world we live in, about how people buy travel, and learning new skills from many different specialist in many different areas. The culture is friendly and helpful - you feel like you can approach anyone, even senior management, and find out whatever you need to know. Generally, the work ethic and atmosphere serves to encourage and develop you and those around you.

    Cons

    Things change frequently with the org structure - a reflection of the changing and challenging market, but also a 'no let up' approach from management. This, coupled with working with people all around the globe can lead to burn out if you're not careful - taking calls from ridiculously early in the morning to very late at night, just to be able to get that bit of information you're after in order to keep afloat in the job. Upper management may not look out for you on that score - so personal resilience is key in order to look out for yourself yet still manage to drive the results necessary in your role. There's an underlying feeling of 'don't expect to be able to move to part-time hours and expect to keep your career prospects' - could be particularly challenging if you are a new mum.

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    More support to work flexibly and be able to balance work/life a little better would be beneficial - more development and training, and more emphasis on reward would bolster morale and help prevent burnout.

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